HardwareZone Forum Insider on Facebook. IG markets does not offer demo account unless u open a live account first. Have you tried GFT Asia? There's also City Index Asia, but using marketmaker platform. GFT is a US broker, right? I think you're confusing "where the parent company's located" with "where the local company's regulated".
But if you open an account with them, you'll be dealing with their Singapore-based subsidiaries, which are both regulated by the MAS. I thought MAS has a regulation for these brokers to seperate their business accounts from their client's But guess when sh! Any comments of this company for trading? To me the most important criteria: Last edited by Xmen2; at Was initially impressed, but now very disappointed. Do not trust them anymore.
I was happy experimenting with CMC. However, they have suddenly added a minimum commission, and disguise it as a "platform" upgrade.
What it means is that while you have initiated a contract CFD with them, they have changed the term of the contract. I think they are hard-up for commission, and does not really care about their customer. It is surprisingly for an "established" company to suddenly change its price structure. Perhaps they are not doing well and need such a drastic change.
My advice is trade using someone you can trust. Sponsored Links Challenger and Hachi. Page 1 of 2. Forex brokers hi, i m using Oanda now for fx trading, but given the recent MF global incident, i m thinking of open another fx trading account to diversify my counterparty risk CMC is a local brokerage. Theres one more brokerage which i cant remember but you need a larger capital of 50k and above. Borders book store is another good example. Dont need to ask for recommendations bro.
Citibank is too large to fail no worries but i guess you dont have the captial to start an account there. You might have a chance. Phillips capital is the only one that will suit your needs. Important Forum Advisory Note. This forum is moderated by volunteer moderators who will react only to members' feedback on posts. Moderators are not employees or representatives of HWZ. Forum members and moderators are responsible for their own posts.
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